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In 2 - " James is not engaged in doctrinal con­ troversy, but is repelling the practical misuse which was made, or which might be made, of Paul's doctrine of justification by faith alone in order to excuse moral laxity. James shows no comprehension of what Paul actually meant by his formula; but the formula itself is foreign to him, and he heartily dis­ likes i t 1 4 1 T h e relation to Paul implied in 2 " * is the most discussed subject in connection with the epistle. Large references to the abundant litera­ ture m a y be found in B .

To form this writer's style and to give him his vocabulary. 1 4 T h e judgment of Erasmus (Annotationes on James's style is interesting. brious proueptis quaque majcstatem referta, in epistolam he continues: Nec enim iUam tt gravitatem Jacobo Jacobi, 15x6) After saying that the epistle is salu­ referre apostolicam. tan- ab apostolo expectaretur. This guarded statement was repeated by Luther in the siae disputatis, majestotem 1 5 1 9 ) : Stilus nec cum Paulino Lutherianae epistolae ullo modo episcopus usque- turn quantum following form (Resolutions qui fuerit videtur Nec hebraismi Hierosolymitanus super propositionibus suis Ulius longe est infra Lip- apostolicam comparandus.

It is, of course, assumed that the persons in question are, or profess to be, men of faith (2 ), members of the people of God (i ); the writer is not thinking of heathen, nor discussing the question of the eternal destiny of Socrates. Those who love God can look forward to life as their crown of reward (1") and to the inheritance of a kingdom (2*). T o possess the Law of God, which is able to save our souls (i ), is a privilege and joy ( i 2 ). In this law the ten com­ mandments and other precepts of the 0.

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